|Join us in August for a special new virtual summer course. Each week, art historian Jennie Hirsh, PhD will present artists, artwork, and art actions that have sought social justice for issues relating to race, gender, class, ability, and the environment. Divided into four 90-minute sessions with presentations and discussion, this course will explore how artists have successfully effected change. Guests will include SITE’s Phillips Director and Chief Curator Irene Hofmann, Assistant Curator Brandee Caoba, and Ring Director of Education and Curator of Public Practice Joanne Lefrak.|
Week One: Art against Racially and Culturally Driven Discrimination
Week Two: Art against Gender Discrimination
Week Three: Art against Disability and Class-Driven Discrimination
Week Four: Art against Climate Change and Environmental Abuses
Sign up here to attend any or all classes for $10 a session ($30 for all four).
SITE Members attend for free! Become a Member here.